Prescott Valley AZ

Founded in 1966 and experiencing a 166% population growth between 1990 and 2000, Prescott Valley AZ is considered one of the top emerging metropolitan cities in the United States. With clean air, cooler climates, and affordable living, Prescott and Prescott Valley are frequently featured on a number of “Best Places to Live” lists. It is also considered one of the best places in the U.S. to retire.

Surrounded by the Prescott National Forest and the Bradshaw Mountains to the south, and the Mingus Mountains to the north the natural environment of wildlife of the desert grasslands is among the area’s treasures. The town also has a library, 10 public parks, a community recreation center, Olympic-style soccer and softball fields, an amphitheater, and four nearby golf courses.

City Information

Population 39,791
1,254 people per square mile
Males
 
47.9%
Female
 
52.9%
Median Age 41
Median Income $39,781
COLI 92.9 U.S. Avg. 100
Elevation 5,026ft
Annual Sunshine
277 sunny days a year
Annual Rainfall
63 rainy days a year
Avg Annual Temp
High 70°
Low 40°
Mar-May
High 71°
Low 40°
Jun-Aug
High 87°
Low 57°
Sep-Nov
High 68°
Low 38°
Dec-Feb
High 53°
Low 24°
Temps in °F - For more info visit U.S. Climate Data

Our Communities in Prescott Valley

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Rimrock at Pronghorn Ranch: 34.654836, -112.328804
Mingus West: 34.665502, -112.233988

Prescott Valley grew a whopping 166% between 1990 and 2000